Before I ever dream about travelmyStories, long time ago everything started with a divorce, no cable in my new place, Rick Steve, and a notebook where I started to write how I felt to let all my frustrations out.
On my new adventure as a Travel Agent I always have to come up with new ideas of how to promote my business. Last week TravelmyStories participated on a wedding show, looking for brides in need of help with their honeymoon. Every time we set up a table like this, we have to be optimistic that we will find somebody that will need our services. That our business will make somebody happy and less stressful with their new life preparations.
We are optimistic that we can help create memories, moments and travel stories that will last forever.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Optimistic
I been busy for the last two weeks with our Christmas presentation “Navidad En Mi Pais” (Christmas In My Country). Finally last night we had our first presentation, on Sunday we will repeat it.
For me is always an honor to work with great people, committed to bring the best. The play is in Spanish but still I wanted to share with you few pics of our rehearsals, some from last night and a link of the participation of our youth (super cool).
The preparation for this presentation was keeping me from blogging, but it was a great cause.
Our play is about a puertorrican family that lives in US and every year they get together with friends that lives here too, but they are from another country. They get together to celebrate Christmas bringing something to share from their country with everybody on a karaoke night.
The main message is that doesn’t matter how we celebrate our Christmas traditions on any part of the world we are honoring the same baby Jesus and the hope that He brought to this world.
Here are some pics of our last rehearsal.
Here are more pictures of the actual play. I didn’t take these pics, I was directing the play and is impossible for me to be doing so many things at the same time while the play is running. But at least you can see how many people we had on stage in one presentation. We had some singing, dancing, acting, kids, youth, the choir and much more, all of that we a touch of comedy.